(ALABAMA) Dothan's Landmark Park, the official state agricultural museum. Features of the 100-acre park include an 1890s living history farm, a one-room schoolhouse, a general store, a turn-of the-century church, elevated boardwalks, nature trails, wildlife exhibits, a planetarium, "barnyard playground" and a picnic area.
Montgomery County--The home of the state capital emerged from an antebellum economy reliant upon cotton to a modern diversified economy that now includes the automotive industry and major military bases.
Choctaw County--The forestry industry has been the economic backbone of the county since its creation in 1847. It is home to the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, an important resting place for migrating birds.